Action spectacle turned to tragedy on the Los Angeles set of the Johnny Depp film,“The Lone Ranger,” Friday, when a crew member drowned in a water tank. The unidentified male diver had been preparing the tank for an upcoming scene on an off day from film
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"We were shooting at a different place in the desert where there's these little bumps and things," Depp said. "And so the horse that I was on decided to jump a couple of these little obstacles. The horse was unaware that the saddle I was wearing to sit o
Actor Johnny Depp narrowly avoided severe injury or even death during a close call on the set of “Lone Ranger.” The star, who plays Tonto in the film, recalled the harrowing tale on “Late Night with David Letterman,” describing a horse stunt gone wrong.
Johnny Depp almost died on the set of “Lone Ranger,” his next movie for Disney, which also stars Armie Hammer. The actor made the big reveal on David Letterman the other night – and you can see his full interview in the video above. Decked in scarves and
"We were shooting at a different place in the desert where there's these little bumps and things," the Hollywood actor, who plays American Indian hero Tonto in the film, said on Thursday's edition of "Late Show with David Letterman." Johnny Depp says one
Feb 22, 2013 · : Actor admits to near death experience on 'Lone Ranger' (Video) Back in October it was reported that Johnny Depp had a close call on the set of The Lone Ranger. The details about the accident were hazy but several sources reported ... Joh
Filming with a horse was not always fun for Johnny Depp. Stopping by "Late Show with David Letterman" on Thursday, February 21, the 49-year-old actor opened up about his near-death experience while riding a horse during the shooting of his upcoming movie
Our hearts and thoughts are with his family, friends, and colleagues at this time, and our full support is behind the investigation into the circumstances of this terrible event....